A profile of clinical depression in Canada
Authors: Scott B. Patten and Heather Juby
The RDC Synthesis Series brings together research findings on specific topics from studies of Statistics Canada census and survey data carried out primarily in Research Data Centres across Canada. Designed for policy-makers and other non-specialists, these reports also aim to inform specialists across Canada of others working in their field. This issue focuses on major depression, presenting findings from analyses of NPHS and CCHS survey data and discussing their policy implications.
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Shay-Lee Bolton, Tracie O. Afifi, Natalie P. Mota, Murray W. Enns, Ron de Graaf, Ruth Ann Marrie, Scott B. Patten, Lisa M. Lix, and Jitender Sareen (2021).
Patterns of attrition in the Canadian Armed Forces Members and Veterans Mental Health Follow-up Survey (CAFVMHS)
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 3-Jan
Joseph Girgis, Tamara Pringsheim, Jeanne Williams, Samreen Shafiq, and Scott B. Patten (2020).
Cannabis use and internalizing/externalizing symptoms in youth: A Canadian population-based study
Journal of Adolescent Health , 26-32
C. Allyson Jones, Sheri L. Pohar, and Scott B. Patten (2009).
Major depression and health-related quality of life in Parkinson's disease
General Hospital Psychiatry , 334-340
Scott B. Patten, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, Jian L. Wang, Tolulope T. Sajobi, and Andrew G. M. Bulloch (2017).
Major depression and non-specific distress following smoking cessation in the Canadian general population
Journal of Affective Disorders , 182-187
Aylin Y. Reid, Amy Metcalfe, Scott B. Patten, Samuel Wiebe, Sophie Macrodimitris, and Nathalie Jetté (2012).
Epilepsy is associated with unmet health care needs compared to the general population despite higher health resource utilization - a Canadian population-based study
Epilepsia , 291-300
Murray W. Enns, Natalie Mota, Tracie O. Afifi, Shay-Lee Bolton, J. Don Richardson, Scott B. Patten, and Jitender Sareen (2021).
Course and predictors of posttraumatic stress disorder in the Canadian armed forces: A nationally representative, 16-year follow-up study / Cours et prédicteurs du trouble de stress post-traumatique dans les Forces armées canadiennes: une étude de suivi de 16 ans nationalement représentative
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 14-Jan
Andrew G. M. Bulloch, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, and Scott B. Patten (2017).
The depression and marital status relationship is modified by both age and gender
Journal of Affective Disorders , 65-68